- What We Do
Resonate Global Mission missionaries Dawn and Eugene Michelson recently returned to North America after serving for 32 years among the Fulani in West Africa. After visiting churches who partnered with them in mission, they will officially retire in August 2019. Here is a reflection from Dawn on her experience returning to North America after serving abroad as a missionary.
“[God] wants to bring the good news to every people and bring hope and love to everyone,” said Carl, a student in Resonate missionary Stan Kruis’s church-planting class at Asia Theological Seminary in the Philippines.
That’s why Carl and his classmates spent a day at a church plant in a cemetery.
“There are three main reasons families leave LCC International University,” said the guy interviewing us.
“One: They get tired of fundraising. If they don’t maintain a clear vision of the value of LCC’s mission and the importance of a support network to their ministry in this spiritually difficult place, they lose the motivation to play the double role of full-time professor and full-time fundraiser.
Campus ministers and student leaders from throughout Canada and the United States gathered May 28-30 at Loyola University in Chicago, Ill., for the Christian Reformed Campus Ministry Association (CRCMA) conference.
There, they wrestled with questions surrounding diversity, gender, sexuality, and power within relationships so they can better share their faith with all students.
“Universities have changed. Culture has changed,” said Mark Wallace, Resonate Global Mission’s campus ministry leader.
“I just don’t believe that Jesus is God,” said Asad.*
Asad sat in Resonate Global Mission missionary Ray De Lange’s car, looking out the windshield at the church in front of him but not really seeing it. He was lost in thought. After immigrating to Canada from the Middle East, Asad and his wife were curious about Christianity. They began attending church and a class for seekers and new believers that Ray leads.